Start with something manageable
Hard work and being relentless
They were told they wouldn't be successful
They kept personal and business lives separate
According to Tart, most of his interviewees started selling trinkets when they were in grade school. "Michael Dunlop started selling Pokemon cards. He realized the pieces of cardboard were high in demand and they were way undervalued."
Keith J. Davis sold bubble gum to classmates, a desirable treat that was forbidden by teachers. Andrew Fashion turned mechanical pencils into rocket launchers.
The young millionaires got practice selling early and never stopped.
So is entrepreneurship nature or nurture? These kids were certainly born with the bug, but they wouldn't have been successful without relentless business attempts and their unmatched drive.